Hospitality Inn Port Hedland
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Staff and Meals, and accommodation very good. The Motel is very clean and tidy, and the staff were very helpful.
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Travel Blogs from Port Hedland
... saw heaps of flat back turtle tracks and nests in about six weeks time the young will hatch and make their way to the sea.
We had a very relaxing time, saw beautiful sunset and sunrises and then move on the next morning...
De Grey River - free camp overnight stay 25th October
Riverside camp with lots of shady trees, we share the camp with cows and their newly born calves. We met up with friends Will and ...
We woke early as usual and ate breakfast outside surrounded by a herd of big cows. It was so funny as they were genuinely interested in what we were eating. Lochlan even got to pat one!
We drove an hour to Port Hedland and explored the port area. Population here is 12,000 and we think almost all are mine based jobs! Houses are ...
... last of the Broome crew left today, don't know when we'll catch up again as we have different time schedules and taking different routes.
A hairdresser in the caravan park put up an advert so I am booked in for this afternoon.
Went on the BHPBilliton tour through their harbour and loading facilities and it was amazing:
- normal ore trains are 2.6km long'
- there are 98km of conveyor belt
- they set the world record for the ...
... to (mainly) China and Korea. Bulk carriers up to 260,000 tonnes in weight and over 230 metres in length are guided through the narrow harbour entrance by up to 4 tug boats at once. At any one time there can be up to 60 of these ships waiting out at sea for there turn to be loaded. The best place to view this massive operation is from Marrapikurinya Park which is at the end of the Main Street of Port Hedland, you can sit in the park on the ...
... rocky outcrops above the high tide mark. There is an abundance of pretty shells on the beach and enough cuttlefish to last a flock of budgerigars a lifetime. Unfortunately, on the way back Steve slipped on a rock and went crashing down cutting and bruising both his feet. He hobbled back to the van where we cleaned and dressed his wounds as best we could, hoping that there was nothing nasty left inside. Fortunately for us our neighbour (who hated a chat) came ...